Jarrett Breaks Record On RAW, Clip From Paige's New Movie, Halftime Heat

- WWE Hall Of Famer Jeff Jarrett made history on Monday's RAW as being the wrestler with the longest gap between competing in matches on the show. The WWE Stats Twitter page noted that Jarrett last competed on RAW 19 years, 4 months and 8 days prior to his match on Monday night's show. The previous record holder was Zeb Colter, who had a record of 16 years, 3 months and 23 days.

- It's also worth noting that last night was the first time that RAW featured two Impact Wrestling Hall Of Famers competing in matches on the show, as Kurt Angle and Jarrett worked matches. The two are also both WWE Hall Of Famers.

- WWE posted the following video dubbed "How NXT raised the bar with WWE Halftime Heat." Check out the complete video below.

- WWE posted the following clip from the new "Fighting with My Family" film produced by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson on the life and career of WWE Superstar Paige. In the following clip from the movie, Paige learns she has earned a WWE tryout.

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